Local brokerage honors top agents
July 14, 2016
VAIL — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties has announced its 2015 Chairman's Circle Award winners. The Chairman's Circle Award is awarded to the top 1 percent of the network's sales professionals based on gross commission income or closed units.
The brokers for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties receiving this recognition are Mark and Tiffany Weinreich, Karen and Bob Wilhelm, Andrew Keiser, Laurie Slaughter, Scooter Slaughter and Karen Harkins, Jane Hand, Page Slevin, Rick Messmer, Jennie Longville May, Steve Michonski, Craig Denton, Kyle Denton, Mallie Kingston, Larry Agneberg, Scott Bandoni, Onie Bolduc and Rick Bolduc.
"While we recognize these top producers for 2015, it takes our entire team of brokers working together to achieve such great success," said Michael Slevin, president. "Outstanding work happens daily in our company, and we are fortunate to work with some of the best professionals this valley has to offer."
Vice president Jill Bossow said these top producers, combined with an incline in business during the past few years, have helped elevate the market share for the company.
“While we recognize these top producers for 2015, it takes our entire team of brokers working together to achieve such great success. Outstanding work happens daily in our company, and we are fortunate to work with some of the best professionals this valley has to offer.”Michael SlevinPresident, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties
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'Working the business Daily'
"I think a big reason why they are top producers is that they are working the business daily," Bossow said. "They are constantly educating themselves to stay on top of the market, and use all the cutting edge technology ."
"Being in the top 400 brokers out of 40,000 worldwide is a testament to our commitment to our clients and their commitment to us," Weinreich said. "Thank you to all our past and current clients for your support."
As a top producer for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Colorado Properties, Wilhelm said this year has started out "very well," with sustained buyer activity.
"Inventories, although increasing, are still low," Wilhelm said. "There is a certain amount of pent-up demand from the last several years, and buyers seem to be positive about the economy and the future of real estate, especially when compared to other avenues for their investments."
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